Redmi Y2: Xiaomi’s selfie - focused budget smartphone

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In the budget and mid-range segment of India, along with the price of money instruments, along with the price of money instruments, with the Xiaomi Jogarnaut company, continue with establishing new standards in terms of sales figures with each offer.

In November last year, Xiaomi presented a new 'Y' series as part of the redmi range of devices that focused on front-camera setup. The company had previously ignored the selfie segment and saw that the likes of Vivo and Oppo catch the brain in that category.

So, here we are with Radmi Y2 after seven months and this is the initial imprint of Redmi Y2 after a few days of use.

For the last time, Xiaomi offered two types of device - Redmi Y1 and Redmi Y1 Lite - the company is now going for the same device, which has two memory variants ... a 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage And another 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage.

The design:

Redmi Y2 plays a plain vanilla, but functional, design. It is a plastic finish, brush with a metal finish. There is nothing that we have not seen before, but it is well made and allows the spherical back cover device to sit comfortably on the palm of your hand. Compared to its predecessor on 170 grams, Redmi Y2 is a heavy heavy but it is not a showstopper. The design reminiscent of Remy Note 5 Pro, apart from the addition of intelligent antenna lines.

The smartphone has a 5.99-inch HD + (1440 x 720) display with a 18: 9 aspect ratio. While maintaining the dimensions of Redmi Y1 in a longer display, more screen real estate is allowed, with a 5.5-inch display.

In its limited time with the device, the display seemed quite bright under the direct sunlight. The colors are a tad mute, but the HD resolution is very good for the smartphone in this price segment.

Redmi Y2 is powered by Xiaomi's trusted Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SOC, a chipset that does not allow Xiaomi to go through many new forms - it seems that they have chosen a bundle of Qualcomm's yard sales in them.

Different jokes, Snapdragon 625 is a reliable processor that combines high performance with exceptional battery efficiency. Chip is manufactured with a 14 GHz process, with a top speeds of 2.0 GHz, and it has got quite a good punch for a reliable Android experience.
Redmi Y2 packs in 3080 mAh battery which should be enough for the entire day, even for power users, especially because Snapdragon 625 is a very efficient chipset. However the choice of Micro USB on USB Type C is disappointing.

The camera:

Like its predecessor, Redmi Y2 plays a 16 MP front camera with F / 2.0 aperture powered by artificial intelligence (yes, why not!). The company claims that the front camera uses 'Super Pixel', a process that refers to the combination of four pixels in a single large 2.0μm pixel. This reduces photo noise, captures more light, and increases the quality of the photo while shooting in low light.

For a budget smartphone, it takes great selfies for general social media purposes. LED selfie light helps in dark conditions, but I liked photos without oddly washing the photos.

XI AI keeps its AI in the memorial to provide Portrait Selfie and digital makeover with the Beauty 4.0 technology, which imitates makeup. In fact, too much wasted But you will only buy this phone if you are in this trend, yes, look better yourself.

Including Face Unlock to unlock the phone easily, using the details of your face in
Redmi Y2.

On the back, a 12 MP primary sensor is a dual camera setup with 1.25μm pixel size and 5 mp secondary sensor. Pixel size helps with low light photography by capturing more light. Dual camera employs AI to accurately separate the foreground and background for those Bokeh shots. This is a setup similar to the Redmi Note 5 Pro, and it will be interesting to take it for a vortex in different situations, to see how it fares.

Specification :

Xiaomi Redmi Y2
Display5.99-inch HD+ (1440 x 720)
18:9 aspect ratio
450 nits brightness
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 625; up to 2.0GHz
Adreno 506 GPU
14nm FinFET technology
Supports microSD card up to 256GB
Rear Camera12MP + 5MP
1.25μm pixel size
LED flash
Front Camera16MP
f/2.0 aperture
79.8° wide-angle lens
5-element lens
LED Selfie Light
5V/2A charging
SoftwareMIUI 9.5 with Android 8.1 Oreo
Dimensions and weight160.73 x 77.26 x 8.1mm

The company's proprietary UI layer MIUI 9.5 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo outside the
Redmi Y2 box.
Upon launch, the company announced that the device will also get the MIUI 10 upgrade. The beta of MIUI 10 will start in mid-June, while the stable version will reach in September.

Redmi Y2 offers the option to choose full-screen gestures to crush on-screen buttons, which is actually a more intuitive option for interfacing with your smartphone. Big supporters for the same offer for Xiaomi.

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